M- series was Samsung’s one of the most popular smartphone lineups. And as much as the series made headlines, we didn’t see many variants in it like the A-series. But now we have official news that the Samsung Galaxy M40 will launch in India on the 11th of June.
We can see on Amazon’s Indian website that the company has partnered with Samsung for the launch of it’s new M-series smartphone, the M40. All the pictures on Amazon’s website clearly show how the upcoming smartphone will look. It’ll sport an Infinity-O display, something just like its flagship brother’s, the Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10.
Images on Amazon.in show that the Galaxy M40 will sport a triple camera setup. And one of them will be ultra- wide-angle lens. Additionally, the phone will come bearing Snapdragon 600-series processor, which I’m guessing is the Snapdragon 675. After all, that’s the best SD600 series processor right now. With this, the company has hinted for the phone have a stellar performance along with sporting a triple camera setup.
Having said all this, there are leaks of the phone coming with Snapdragon 675 chipset paired with 6 GB RAM, too. This only confirms our guesses even further. The device will run on Android Pie with One UI on top. The primary lens on the triple camera setup will have 32 MP resolution whereas the selfie shooter can be a 16 MP unit. The specs of the other two cameras are still in the dark.
The fingerprint sensor, however, is located at the back just like the M20. So, no in-display fingerprint scanner for cheap just like the Galaxy A50.
It’s impressive that unlike other members of the M- series, this one has gone for a better and more appealing approach with the cameras and choice of processor. The phone is expected to have a price tag of INR 20,000! That makes this M40 not-so-budget phone. It’s also Rs. 2000 more than the most expensive member of the M-series at present date. Still, since the Galaxy M30 didn’t launch in Nepal, we can’t say much about its availability here, either.